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United Nations says child marriages are increasing in Yemen

A UN report says poverty and the war in Yemen have led to a dramatic increase in child marriages. Girls are becoming wives as early as 12 to boys as young as 14. The UN estimates that 70 percent of brides in Yemen are under the age of 18. Shoaib Hasan takes a look at the problem. The War in Yemen 🇾🇪 👉 http://trt.world/16qp #yemen #yemenchildmarriages #yemenchildren

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Shortages threaten Sanaa oxygen plant and patients’ lives

US drone strikes in Yemen continue to kill civilians

US drone strikes in Yemen continue to kill civilians

The War in Yemen: Saudi led invasion of Yemen enters fourth year

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The War in Yemen: Houthi rebels start withdrawing from Hudaida

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Joe Biden, Kamala Harris reach Washington for inauguration

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Independent pandemic panel critical of China and WHO delays

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Donald Trump's brand tarnished by the siege of Capitol Hill

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Yemenis brace for US terror designation consequences

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EU, US demand Russia to release Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny

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Guatemala police fire tear gas to stop Hondurans migrants

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